Stag Arms 2R (M4A3 Clone)

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The Stag Arms 2R is an exact semi-auto replica of a U.S. M4 Carbine.

SOPMOD Stag Arms 2R

Stag Arms Semi-Auto Model 2R (M4 Clone) fitted out as a special operations carbine with the following accessories:

  • A.R.M.S. 40 L Back Up Iron Sight (BUIS)
  • B5 SOPMOD Stock with Battery Compartments
  • Burris XTR II 1-5 x 24 Scope with illuminated 5.56 Ballistic Recticle
  • Burris AR-P.E.P.R. Picitinny Rail Scope Mount
  • Burris Fast Fire 3 Mini Holographic Sight
  • Knights Armament RAS (Rail Attachment System)
  • Knights Armament RAS Panels and Handgrip
  • Harris Series 1A2 Model BRM Bipod
  • GG&G 1388 Harris Bipod Picitinny Rail Adapter
  • Magpul Gen 2 PMAG 30 

The Stag 2R is one of the highest quality clones of the current M4A3 Carbine issued to the U.S. military beginning in the 2000s.

Stag Arms is best known for making left handed ARs.  However, after Colt and FN, which actually have the DoD contracts for manufacturing complete rifles; Stag Arms manufactures more AR-15 and M-16 components than anyone else.  Stag actually supplies receivers for many AR-15 manufacturers including the highly regarded Smith & Wesson M-15 series.  Stag, along with Colt and Bushmaster, is one of the only AR manufacturers producing all major components in house.  The fit and finish on the Stag 2R is exceptional.

Caliber - 5.56x45mm.

Receiver - All M4A3 features including MIL-STD-1913 rail on the upper receiver in place of the carrying handle, forward bolt assist, shell deflector, and magazine release fence.

Butt Stock - Military style composite 6 position collapsible.

Pistol Grip - Military style composite.

Hand Guards - Military style M4 composite with correct diameter and heat shields.

Barrel - Chrome lined, 1 in 9 twist, 16.1” M4 profile barrel with bayonet lug and flash suppressor/compensator.

Magazines - Takes any standard AR magazine. 

Sights - ARMS #40 back-up iron sight, mounted to MIL-STD-1913 rail.

Clone By - Stag Arms.



Stag Arms 2R with Stock Collapsed as manufactured.

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